WASHINGTON — When Farm Bill Now coalition representatives rallied here at the Capitol on the morning of Sept. 12, they were united in what they were urging Congress to do — pass a new, five-year Farm Bill before the current Farm Bill expires at the end of this month. The Senate passed a 2012 Farm Bill earlier this summer and the House has a similar bill under consideration. That spurred the formation of a broad-based coalition of organizations that now represent a huge number ...
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